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Singing Lessons (for adults)
I began taking voice lessons from Peter Hostage in May and have been highly satisfied with my decision to do so. If you are considering taking music lessons with Mr. Hostage, know that you can expect a high level of professionalism, a relaxed atmosphere, and most importantly, quality musical instruction. As someone who began singing at an early age, I have had the opportunity to sing both individually and as part of numerous groups. In just three weeks Peter has introduced me to technique that I had not been exposed in my 10+ years singing. I am confident that continued lessons with Mr. Hostage will enhance my vocal ability. The lessons are definitely worth the investment!Jun 11, 2016Verified
He was very friendly on the phone. He had a time slot that was convenient for me and his price was reasonable.Jul 17, 2017Verified
Very knowledgeable about so many instruments and voice. An amazing man and his passion to teach and share his talent with others of all ages. Very personal and caring about your growth and learning in the world of music. I would recommend Peter to anyone. DaveApr 22, 2020
Piano LessonsJul 15, 2019Verified
Piano LessonsJul 5, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Lessons are $28 per half hour, and the first lesson is free. Lessons are paid for on a monthly basis.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First I find out what level the student is currently at, and what musical direction/style the student wants to learn. The first lesson gives the student an idea of my teaching style, and then they can be sure if the student and my teaching approach is a good fit.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Berklee College of Music 1978-82, gigged throughout New England playing jazz, blues, rock, country, classical and more for over 40 years. I have taught over 600 students over the last 30 years teaching children and adults in Southern NH. I am the author of "The Piano Guide Book," a method for adult beginners.